International School In Thailand (Cost) – Making New Friends

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  1. Nice video thx l woke up this morning thinking that u and Gift re tiding the knot๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—Gift s just sooo super nice and genuine u re indeed an amazing couple love from ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ˜ read this am Pucket planning to open from October 1st for long term tourists ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™for now a tad pricy as the Anantara group will be the place to quarantine and for 2 weeks one s looking at about $4200 ๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฑbut a step forward anyway when will get there will give you a shout and maybe share a meal… your energy s awesome ๐Ÿ™

  2. Interesting video Joe. That guy is 64 wow! Must be the travelling that keeps you young. Not cheap that school but the food ยฃ20 for all that, in London that would have been ยฃ50 +. Thanks for sharing Joe and gift๐Ÿ‘

  3. Nice video, great to learn about the international schools.
    I saw you 2 in Pattaya in Chucks video, are you 2 home or in Pattaya?
    I was just reading Phuket may open for Tourists in October after doing a quarantine so maybe we can get in that way
    Hope to see you soon. Michael & Sharon.

  4. If I as living in the UK I would be home schooling my children because now days they are not being educated they are being brainwashed with a leftist liberal ideology which is similar to a Marxist Communist outcome. They are now trying to change our history, or rewriting it . No thanks.

  5. 25000+ dollars tuition fees a year! It looks like I might be moving to Thailand to try my hand a crocodile farming! But only when the borders open up again! But seriously, that was a good insight into this subject. Thanks.

  6. Ah, its well for the privilaged, I hope they ate their lunch with silver spoons ๐Ÿ˜œ, only joking they seemed like lovely down to earth people, another interesting vlog Joe

  7. International schools would be great to have your children attend. it is expensive and you do need to be pretty well off to do that. However, if you can do it, the experience, the people you people you meet from all over the world is priceless. If you are a good person, nice to everyone, you never know what all the students will become and you might just need a job one day and someone is very successful and because you were nice to them, they will be there to help. I’ve always told all 4 of my kids to always be nice, because you never know what your classmates will become.

  8. I had a work assignment in Spain for a year. All my family came and my children went to the British school of Barcelona. They learned so much from all international students at the school. Really opened up their eyes of different cultures. Company paid all school fees.
    Thanks for the video. Cheers ๐Ÿป

  9. My daughter will be going to Rayong International Bilingual Language School. Third of the lessons in Thai it’s got to be the way to go.

    I’m English but bilingual with no disrespect to the expats they make me laugh. Spend 800,000THB a year and can’t speak any Thai WOW! No tengo palabres para campesinos.

    I said once to a very nice English gentleman living in Spain for over 30 years. “Do you speak Spanish Harry”? “No” he replied. “what do you do when you need something”? Harry replied “I just clap hands and for someone who speaks English”? True but sad.

    My daughter just turned 3 speakers a good level of English and Thai. She also has good understanding of Spanish. My wife and I would not have it any other way.

  10. Joe, a heartfelt well done and a thank you to Chris, his daughter, and their friend for sharing an insight into a part of the ex pat community that isn’t often shared. Far too many people that don’t know better, think that the ex pat community is all sex tourism and bar girls and your videos put paid to that.
    All the couples you’ve featured that are westerners with Thai partners in wholesome, solid relationships, and Chris and his family, and friend, are the kind of people I’d happily call friends and whose company I’d welcome and look forward to when I move to Phuket as soon as conditions permit.
    I’m sure there will be some comments about the school fees of the international school, but similar schools exist in the UK that cost far more and aren’t an option for everyone, much in the same way there are makes of car I’m never going to afford to drive.
    Good for Chris, sounds like he is giving his daughter access to a good education and the freedom to choose what she wants to do from there onwards. A confident young woman who comes across as grounded and sensible. All the best for the future. You can’t want for more I wouldn’t expect.
    Keep the videos coming. Great content and a good insight into Thailand as an ex pat. Big thumbs up.

  11. If you didn’t know IB is very rough. They expect a 15 page paper university level, definitely not for dummies. I would have failed hard, and a teach this stuff now

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